Baldoz bares local job vacancies for OFW repatriates from crisis-stricken countries

Date Posted: July 25th, 2014 01:23 AM


Baldoz bares local job vacancies for OFW repatriates from crisis-stricken countries

Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz yesterday said OFWs repatriated from countries wracked by crisis or in emergency situations, such as Libya,  may opt to stay in the country for good because there are job opportunities available for them.

"Local employment is one of the components of the package of assistance the DOLE offers to repatriates through the Bureau of Local Employment under Assist WELL, a package of assistance and services the DOLE has adopted to ensure the successful reintegration of OFW repatriates by addressing their welfare, employment, livelihood, and legal needs.," said Baldoz.

It is a convergent program of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, Overseas Workers Welfare Administration, National Reintegration Center for OFWs, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, Bureau of Local Employment, Bureau of Workers with Special Concerns, International Labor Affairs Bureau, and the Labor Communications Office, all offices under the DOLE.

For local employment, Baldoz said she had connected with a local construction, engineering, and power conglomerate which offers numerous positions similar to or related to the jobs or occupations of repatriates from Libya.

These are management positions in power plant construction and operation, such as design managers, engineering managers, site managers, construction managers, commissioning managers, and quality assurance/quality control managers.
The same conglomerate also has civil works vacancies, such as field engineers, office engineers, QA/QC staff, planning engineers, and schedulers. It also offers electrical works positions, such as turbine specialists, electrical generator engineers, electromechanical planners, and electromechanical schedulers.

For mechanical works, the vacancies are for welding inspectors, piping inspectors, coal handling specialists, boiler specialists, waste water treatment engineers and specialists, piping engineers and supervisors, and demi water engineers. For instrumentation and control, the vacancies are for design engineers for I&C, QA/QC supervisors for I&C, QA/QC I&C engineers, and I&C supervisors, engineers, and technicians.

There are also various positions for civil works, strcutural/architectural. mechanical, electrical and plumbing, surveying, and safety in high rise structures and buildings the company is constructing, as well as positions in underwater construction (rehabilitation/construction of waste water, sewage treatment plants, and pipeline), such as field engineers, office engineers, geodetic engineers, and surveyors.

The conglomerate, Baldoz said, is also into roads, bridges, elevated highways, and railway systems construction, and therefore in need of skilled and professional workers for civil works and surveying, both in office and field operations.

Baldoz also said repatriates may try out the Phil-JobNet which, as of yesterday, have 50 vacant positions in construction and 313 vacant positions in engineering.

These are in the following companies: Cagdianao Mining Corporation, construction aide (1); Taganito Mining Corporation, construction helpers (6); C.A. Betalac Construction and General Merchandise, foreman (5) and laborers (18); Equiparco Construction Company, field engineers (4); First Balfour, Inc., project manager (1); Fiesta Communities, Inc., field/project engineers (10); and DPY Mercantile, Inc., carpenters (5).

The Phil-JobNet also contains job offers from various companies for engineering positions, such as as follows: Silangan Mindanao Mining Company, decline development superintendent (1); geodetic engineer (1); surface planning engineer (1); rock mechanics aides (3); and ventilation engineer (1); A.T. Dumlao Construction, Inc., civil engineers (2); Taganito HPAL Nickel Corporation, maintenance cadet engineer (1), production cadet engineers (2), and instrument engineer (1); Combined Electro-Mechanical Supply Inc., sales engineer (1);

CLC Marketing Ventures Corporation, Project Management Head (1); Taganito Mining Corporation, civil engineer (1), electrical engineer (1); mechanical engineer (1); and safety engineer (1); Power Master, Inc., marine engineer (1); LGS Staff Management Services, Inc., technical sales engineer (1); FVCS Construction and Supply, civil engineers (2); CPR, electrical engineer (1), aircon technician (1), and mechanical engineer (1);

Strategic and Advanced Marketing Services Corporation, QA engineers (3); Royale Fishing Corporation, electrical engineer (1) and superintendent mechanical engineer (1); Power Master, Inc., maintenance planning assistant (1) and electrical supervisor (1); Strategic and Advanced Marketing Services Corporation, product engineers (3); Rhynns Internet Café & General Merchandise and Rafael Motor Parts, automotive technician (1); Container Corporation of the Philippines, GS foreman (1);

Universal Leaf Philippines, Inc., engineering officer (1); Vicente Lao Construction, civil engineer (1), electrical engineer (1) and mechanical engineer (1); Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Company Philippines, Inc., site engineers (2); Lighthouse Marina, engineering supervisor (1); Panglao Bluewater Beach Resort, Inc., engineering supervisor (1); Kalayaan Engineering Company, Inc., health and safety engineer (1); Mandue Integrated Manpower Services, Inc., civil engineers (5); Service Resources, Inc., marine engineers (5);

Calasiao Ice Plant, Inc., mechanical or chemical engineer (1); Nanox Philippines, Inc., facility maintenance engineer (1) and product engineers (5);  Conquest Philippines, Inc., I.E. manager (1), I.E. head (1), and I.E. supervisor (1); ICE International Technologies, process engineers (5), chemical engineers (4), and electrical engineer (1); SM Lanang Primer-SM Supermall, building administrator officer (1); Pacific Carpet Manufacturing Corporation, chemical engineer (1), electrical engineer (1), and cadet engineer (1); Corporate Staffers Placement, Inc., sales engineer (1); PTC Foodsphere, engineering staff (1);

Maxim de Humana International, Inc., electrical engineer (1);  Staffers Provider of Asia, Inc., electrical engineer (1); Venvi Agro Industrial Ventures Corporation, building engineer (1) and equipment engineer (1); Equiparco Construction Company, field engineer (1); Yung Sung International Philippines, Inc., procurement management officer (1); Procurement Service-DBM, maintenance engineer (1) and procurement management officers (3);

Green Canyon Leisure Farms Corporation, chemical engineer (1); Kedica Philippines Corporation, facilities and maintenance staff (2) and chemical engineer (1); Peregrine Development International, Inc., mechanical engineer (1) and electrical engineer (1); Liberty Commercial Center, Tabaco City, complex engineers (2); A.R.M. Resources, Inc., cadet engineers (50); First Balfour, Inc., cost engineer (1), planning engineer (1), safety engineer (1), design coordinator (1), and field engineer;

Presam Construction & General Services, Inc., site engineers (5); LBP Service Corporation, civil engineers (5); CLC Marketing Ventures Corporation, project management head (1); City of Batac, production engineers (10); LC Ting Construction, civil engineers (50) and mechanical engineers (50); Agata Mining Ventures, Inc., electrical engineer (1) and mechanical engineer (1); Arkipel Software Development, software engineers (10);

Fiesta Communities, Inc., field engineers (10); Puyat Sports Baguio, bowling mechanic (1); I-Ecxel Consultancy and Employment  Services, Inc., sales engineers (2) and radio frequency engineers (6); Mekeni Food Corporation, preventive maintenance supervisor (1); and Benguet Corporation, electrical supervisor (1) and industrial engineers (3).

Baldoz said local salaries may be lower than salaries in OFW countries of destination, but she said OFWs who come home for good should seriously consider that being in one's own country greatly mitigates the social cost of migration.

The local job vacancies are there and OFW-repatriates may consider these as an option," said Baldoz.


Created Oct 23rd 2014, 14:20


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